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Every Good Boy Deserves Fruit By Calvin Corvidian
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This little gay “soap” is set in Brno, the capital of Moravia. The rich and the poor, students and professionals, locals and ex-pats, parents and children, the naive and the world-weary ... More > weave in and out of each other’s lives. They make love and war with each other as they vent their anger, frustrations and jealousies. And there is no shortage of love and affection either. Originally written for gay learners of English as a foreign language, each of the 25 short chapters begins with a list of words and definitions that might be new. For learners there is also an online course of the same name. General readers are also welcome there to share language and ideas with learners. In any case, it's a nice little story for anyone who enjoys a bit of fruit.< Less
Those Czech Boys By Calvin Corvidian
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Those Czech Boys is a book of six longish homoerotic short stories inspired by Calvin’s residency first in Czechoslovakia and then after the so-called Velvet Divorce, in the Czech Republic.... More > While all the characters and events are fictitious, the ex-pat experience guarantees a never-ending string of meetings with remarkable men, their families, foibles and foreskins. Despite their unique characteristics, customs and quirks, Czech gays enjoy the highs and lows that are common to the experience of minorities everywhere. However, emerging from a repressive regime and flourishing as Central Europe’s most non-religious and tolerant society, the characters we meet between these covers exude a sexuality that has earned the nation a reputation as a goldmine of beautiful porn stars.< Less
Every Good Boy Deserves Fruit By Calvin Corvidian
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This little gay “soap” is set in Brno, the capital of Moravia. The rich and the poor, students and professionals, locals and ex-pats, parents and children, the naive and the world-weary ... More > weave in and out of each other’s lives. They make love and war with each other as they vent their anger, frustrations and jealousies. And there is no shortage of love and affection either. Originally written for gay learners of English as a foreign language, each of the 25 short chapters begins with a list of words and definitions that might be new. For learners there is also online course of the same name. General readers are also welcome there to share language and ideas with learners. In any case, it's a nice little story for anyone who enjoys a bit of fruit.< Less